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* Provides feasible remedies for institutionalized corruption
* First book providing comprehensive coverage of corruption in governance

Where Corruption Lives is an up-to-date and thorough global survey of official corruption in governance. It ties theoretical perspectives to common practices throughout the world, comparing liberal democracies with relatively clean governance and autocracies with institutional corruption.

The contributors explore initiatives being taken by national governments and international organizations to combat corrupt practices, and assess their chances of success or failure. No comparable study of official corruption exists, making this book fundamental reading for students of comparative politics, public administration, and public ethics.

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